I have done my research and found similar questions, but my producer has asked that I get a direct answer as existing questions on this topic are now a few years old. I’m sorry but if someone from Epic could answer I would be hugely grateful.
Q : If I use the Unreal Engine to produce renderers for a child’s episodic TV show, produced and released worldwide in 2019, do I have to pay royalties?
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I’m not from Epic, but there exception clearly stated in EULA for “non interactive linear media”:
However, no royalty is owed on the following forms of revenue:
....revenue from a Product which solely relies on the Licensed Technology for production of non-interactive linear media (e.g., broadcast or streamed video files, cartoons, or movies) and which is Distributed in a form that does not contain the Licensed Technology or, in order to deliver, rely on servers running the Licensed Technology;
Plese read EULA it quite clearly states what you can and can not do and it quite readable for a legal document:
Just chiming in to confirm is correct. No royalties are due on linear media files that are rendered via UE4.